We come to the climactic parable in Jesus' argument with the Pharisees and teachers of the law. The story that has traditionally been called "The Prodigal Son" is really about two sons--both of whom are lost. In this final text of our series in Luke 15, we'll see that Jesus is teaching a new perspective about sin, about salvation, and about God himself.
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This week we continue in Luke 15 with the parable of the Lost Coin. We'll see how Jesus continues to illustrate God's heart for the lost and call the Pharisees--and us--to value lost people no matter what.
Now that we have some context from last week, we'll dive into the first parable Jesus tells in Luke 15: The Lost Sheep. In this story, we'll see God's priorities, God's heart, and ultimately what most makes God happy so that we might align our priorities, our heart, and our happiness towards His purposes.
This weekend we begin a four week series on Luke 15, which includes three of Jesus' most famous parables: The Lost Sheep, The Lost Coin, and The Lost Sons. However, before we dive into these famous parables, we explore their important context that is crucial to understanding them properly. We'll see that Jesus in the middle of an argument about what it means to be truly lost and truly found.